Collector Drag and Drop File Management

Collector, a user-friendly utility, takes the drag-and-drop experience to the next level by providing a seamless solution for managing multiple files effortlessly. Whether you need to consolidate various files into a single location or download images directly from URLs, Collector streamlines the process.

Collector app

Simply drag multiple files into the Collector window and drop them wherever you need. Easily browse and preview all the items you drop into Collector. This allows for quick and convenient assessment of your collected files without navigating through various folders. Drop the contents of your clipboard with ease using Ctrl + V. It is a Linux alternative to Dropover for mac.

How to Install Collector app on Ubuntu

Open the terminal and enter the following command to install Collector using Flatpak from Flathub:

flatpak install flathub it.mijorus.collector

This command fetches and installs the Collector app from Flathub, ensuring a smooth installation process. Once the installation is complete, launch Collector using the following command:

flatpak run it.mijorus.collector

Collector will now open, ready to streamline your file management tasks with its intuitive features. If, for any reason, you need to uninstall Collector, use one of the following commands:

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To uninstall using Flatpak (without sudo):

flatpak uninstall.com it.mijorus.collector

[OR]Alternatively, if required, use sudo with Flatpak for uninstall

sudo flatpak uninstall it.mijorus.collector

Choose the method that aligns with your system requirements.

By following these simple commands, you can effortlessly install, run, and uninstall the Collector app on your Ubuntu system, enhancing your file management capabilities with this user-friendly utility.

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